Copyright Warner Brothers
MUST SEE FILM...
THE plot is the same, the graphics are better the pacing of the film is the same. Considering Arnold's age he looks good, almost the same as he did for the first film, which isn't bad. Like the second film the Terminator (Arnold) is sent back to protect John Connor, as well as several others, and the machines send back their newest model, a liquid metal female terminator, designed to take out other terminators. So proceeds a long chase scene with bits of future history thrown in for background. The ending of the film is a little bit of a twist and quite unique for Hollywood. Well worth watching, the special effects are very cool and make more of the inhuman natures of the two terminators. Crashing through buildings without too much damage, but destroying the buildings almost completely.
In summery the film is better than the second terminator film, Judgement Day, and I'm giving it 4 out of 5 for graphics, pacing and acting. Arnolds looking good, and this could spell his resurrection in the film industry, that's assuming his political career doesn't get in the way.
The Machines Will Rise
Directed by:- Jonathan Mostow
known as:- T3 (2003) (USA Promotional Abbreviation),
T3:- Rise of the Machines (USA Trailer Title)
and Terminator 3 (Working Title).
first billing only:- Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator, Nick Stahl as John Connor, Claire Danes as Kate Brewster, Kristanna Loken as T-X, David Andrews as Robert Brewster, Mark Famiglietti as Scott Petersen, Earl Boen as Dr. Peter Silberman, Moira Harris as Betsy, Chopper Bernet as Chief Engineer, Christopher Lawford as Brewster's Aide (as Chris Lawford), Carolyn Hennesy as Rich Woman, Jay Acovone as Cop - Westside Street, M.C. Gainey as Roadhouse Bouncer, Susan Merson as Roadhouse Clubgoer and Elizabeth Morehead as Roadhouse Clubgoer.
Review by Eric Lyon-Taylor